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Saxby Road, Chippenham
£315,000 Offers Over
- Detached Property
- Three Bedrooms
- En Suite Bathroom
- Two Reception Rooms
- Driveway & Garage
- Off Road Parking
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Sat Nav To To SN15 1UB
Property Summary***Sold with no onward chain***
Located in the sought after Pew Hill Park development on a corner plot on a quiet cul-de-sac overlooking a wooded green to the front, the family-sized property includes gardens, a garage and a master bedroom with en-suite shower and integral wardrobes.
The property has excellent access to the M4 and is within easy reach of the railway station and shops including Tesco express, take-aways , DIY store, post office and a coffee shop. The town centre is just a little further away as is Chippenhams high-tech business park home to both Seimens and Schneider. Kington Langley primary school is around two miles away while Hardenhuish Sixth Form College and Sheldon College both rated as good schools by Ofsted - are also nearby.
On a corner plot on a relatively modern residential development approximately a kilometre from the town centre, the property is conveniently located for the towns modern business park but not far from the railway station, which offers regular GWR connections to London Paddington, Bristol Temple Meads, Paignton and Westbury. Buses also run into the town centre and to Barrow Green from nearby Birch Grove.
Other nearby amenities include a Co-Op convenience store on Greenway Lane, approximately 800m away on foot and almost adjacent to St Pauls Primary School. An off-licence and store is also located on Greenway Lane.
The town centre is home to The Olympiad Leisure Centre, a good selection of high street names and independent retail stores, the Emery Shopping Centre as well as a Tesco, a Sainsburys and a Waitrose supermarket. Most of the high street banks are also represented along with a number of pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants while there are some pleasant walks to enjoy in Monkton Park along the River Avon.
The front of the house overlooks a pleasant copse of trees with tended grass beneath, an ornamental tree and some hedging also help to screen the property from the road, with a path leading across a small lawn to the covered front door. A head-high timber gate leads to the rear garden which is enclosed by a brick wall to one side and timber fence panels to the other, offering a degree of privacy from neighbouring homes. Established trees and shrubs offer shade and colour while the garden area is divided between a patio bordered by a low wall made from reclaimed brick and a lawn edged with stone. Other features include an outside tap and water butt, a brick-built barbecue, sunny patio, bin store and crazy-paved path and driveway leading to the detached garage to the rear of the house. The garage has plumbing and electric as well as a door to the rear.
The front door opens onto a reception hall with an internal door immediately to the right opening onto the living room. Stairs, with cupboard under rise to the first floor with a downstairs loo located in the space beneath; internal doors to the dining room and the kitchen are to the left.
The lounge is fitted with a stripped-wood floor with plenty of light flooding the room via three-quarter-length, sliding glass doors to the patio and a window overlooking the front of the house. Additional lighting after dark is provided by both wall-mounted uplighters and ceiling-mounted fittings while the room also includes a TV point and twin wall-mounted radiators, feature fireplace including framed by a white mantle and a marble surround and hearth.
An internal door from the lounge also leads into the kitchen. Soft-closing cupboards and drawers in wood - incorporating a wine rack - are fitted above and below white, marble-effect, laminate worktops with splashback tiles above all the cooking and preparation areas. The design also incorporates an electric oven and four-ring gas hob beneath an extractor; a stainless steel, double-bowled sink with chrome mixer tap beneath a window overlooking the rear garden; space and plumbing for a dishwasher and adjustable overhead spotlights.
The stairs the first floor lead to a landing with internal doors leading to two double and one single bedroom, all fitted with carpets and individual wall-mounted radiators. The master includes an en suite shower and is fitted with an integral wardrobe.
The partially-tiled house bathroom is also located on the first floor and is equipped with a white panel bath with chrome shower attachment, a pedestal sink with separate hot and cold taps and a WC beneath a glass-fronted cabinet.
The property includes some cavity and loft insulation as well as double glazing and is equipped with a programmable, gas-fired central heating system with room thermostat and individual controls on all radiators.
Lounge: 18 8 (5.70m) x 12 * (3.85m)
Kitchen: 14 9 (4.50m) x 12 11 (3.93m)
Dining room: 9 11 (3.03m) x 9 10 (3.00m)
Master bedroom: 12 4 (3.77m) x 11 8 (3.55m)
En suite: 6 9 (2.06m) x 2 8 (0.82m)
Bedroom 2: 12 9 (3.89m) x 8 4 (2.55m)
Bedroom 3: 7 6 (2.29m) x 7 2 (2.18m)
Bathroom: 6 9 (2.06m) 6 7 (2.00m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.